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You can take our vegan products according to the indications on the label or according to the specific instructions of your nutritionist, doctor or trainer, thus adapting the dosage to suit your needs.

Why we are the only Italian company 100% Vegan. Our plant-based protein supplements contain no GMOs, preservatives, dyes or chemical additives. The raw material with which we produce our plant-based supplements comes exclusively from certified Italian and European suppliers. Choosing Naturveg means choosing a high quality product, a guarantee of well-being and respect for the consumer.

Our vegetable protein supplements can be safely taken by everyone. You will never find any GMO ingredients, chemical additives or preservatives in our products, only high-quality raw materials. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of plant proteins, click here.

You can take our vegan products according to the indications on the label or according to the specific instructions of your nutritionist, doctor or trainer, thus adapting the dosage to suit your needs.

Of course! You can take Naturveg products every day, the important thing is not to exceed the indicated quantities.

Portions vary according to the product or the indications that the specialist (trainer, doctor, nutrition expert) is telling you.

In the 'Warnings' section of each label, there are specifications for the correct use of the Naturveg line.

Of course, in addition to sports-specific supplements, there are many others indicated for daily well-being and efficiency.

Together with a balanced and varied diet, they can help control and regulate body weight. Of course, always follow the instructions of your doctor or nutritionist or dietician.

We don't want to convince anyone, as it is a path of individual growth, but there are those who have already made this choice, just ask them: Paul Mc Cartney, Morrissey The Smits, Brad Pitt, Bryan Adams, James Cameron, Alanis Morissette, Sinéad O'Connor, Ozzy Osbourne, Alec Baldwin, Bill Clinton, Daryl Hannah, Jenny McCarthy, Michelle Pfeiffer, Joaquin Phoenix, Alicia Silverstone, Ben Stiller, Pamela Anderson, Scott Adams, Prince, Umberto Veronesi, Margherita Hack; Carl Lewis, Martina Navratilova, Edwin Moses, Marco Olmo, Mike Tyson and many many more 'famous' and not.

Cow's milk can easily be replaced with products of vegetable origin, vegetable milks, which have better nutritional characteristics than cow's milk: soya milk, rice milk, oat milk and almond milk, maybe even give them a try...

Meat is good for you, milk is good for you, egg in the morning is good for you....
Meat contains no fibre but is full of cholesterol and fat. The WHO estimates that 130 million people in Europe are affected by food poisoning every year and states: the greatest risk is from the production of animal food, it is from there that the most serious health dangers arise, for example contamination by salmonella, campylobacter, escherichia poli and yersinia. It is also known to cause many types of cancer, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes mellitus and cholesterol.
Milk (they say milk is good for your bones) but those who say so should inform themselves better... Milk is an ideal food, but only for the infant and only human milk.Cow's milk is like a moneylender who gives you a loan and if you don't pay him back with interest, he sends a hitman to break your bones.Milk contains calcium but also acidic animal proteins, which consume calcium in order to be disposed of; the proteins in milk added to those from meat and fish force the body to take calcium from the bones in order to dispose of them. Milk lends some calcium but ultimately consumes more than it gives.
To fully understand how unnatural it is to drink animal milk and eat dairy products, one only has to consider that milk is a food that every mammal must eat only until weaning, not beyond that, and each species must drink its own specific milk, because only that of its species contains the correct proportions of protein, water, fat and lactose. A baby of one species cannot drink the milk of another, so that even for human infants, the milk to be used when the mother is unable to breastfeed is certainly not cow's milk (which would endanger the baby's very life), but an artificial milk, called 'formulated milk' or 'adapted milk' that simulates human milk as closely as possible. And why should we drink milk after weaning, and moreover that of another species? Precisely because milk is made for newly born mammals, it is not a food suitable for an adult, or even a child of a few years. Humans are the only animals whose behaviour is so unnatural that it goes against their very physiology. It is not for nothing that around three quarters of the world's adults are lactose intolerant, i.e. they lack the enzyme (lactase) necessary to act on the sugar found in milk (lactose); this prevents them from properly digesting milk and leads to more or less serious digestive system disorders.
And finally, there are problems with simple hygiene and diseases from which dairy cows suffer. Many cows suffer from mastitis as they are forced to produce 10 times the amount of milk that would be needed to feed their calf. Farm animals are unhealthy animals as they are kept in suffering conditions, and only kept healthy by the large amount of drugs and antibiotics mixed in the feed. Cow's milk, therefore, is a very unhealthy liquid, containing drugs of various kinds, which accumulate in the animals' own bodies; are you sure that milk and dairy products are still so tempting?
The egg is a concentrate of fat and cholesterol.70% of their calories come from fat, most of which is saturated, the egg also contains a lot of cholesterol about 200ml for an average-sized egg.How does the consumption of plant proteins benefit the planet we live on?We can only say that 90 % of the cereals produced, are intended to feed animals and not humans, every year hectares and hectares of forests are cut down to make way for cattle pastures, all in order to produce meat and meat products. On average, to produce one kilo of animal protein, about 16 kg of vegetable protein is needed, protein that could be used to feed 840 million human beings (especially children), but instead this protein is used for an obviously bankrupt production that only enriches the capitalist system. Finally, 70% of the water used on the planet is consumed by animal husbandry and agriculture. In fact, we have to add up the water used in cultivation, most of which takes place on irrigated land, the water needed to water the animals and the water to clean the stables. A dairy cow drinks 200 litres of water a day, 50 litres a cow or horse, 20 litres a pig and about 10 a sheep. After all this you still have doubts.

It is a disease that causes calcium loss from the bones and affects women more frequently than men, especially after the menopause. People who consume cow's milk and its derivatives also have the highest number of fractures and the worst bone condition. If milk were so good for us, as they would have us believe, then those who consume milk should have a stronger and healthier bone structure, which is not the case. Several studies have shown that women aged 50 and over living in dairy-intensive countries, such as the USA, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand, have one of the world's highest rates of hip fracture. To maintain strong bones, therefore, a plant-based diet without animal protein is ideal. Exercise is also very important in this respect.

We cite the official position of the American Dietetic Association and Dietitians of Canada, two of the world's foremost associations of nutritionists, who have drafted a document whose opening statement reads: 'Properly planned vegetarian diets, including total vegetarian or vegan diets, are healthy, nutritionally adequate, and may confer health benefits in the prevention and treatment of certain diseases. Well-planned vegetarian diets are appropriate for individuals in all stages of the life cycle, including pregnancy, lactation, early and late childhood, adolescence, and for athletes'.

When talking about protein powder, the spontaneous association is with animals. Cow's whey is by far the most popular product on the sports nutrition market. Today, 70% of the protein consumed worldwide is of animal origin, while the remaining 30% is derived from plant sources. We are rooting for the latter, because this 30% will grow over time, because we are morally opposed to the consumption of products of animal origin, because they are becoming increasingly attractive even to non-vegans who suffer from dairy intolerances and allergies, or who are persuaded by the thought of the benefits of the plant kingdom for mankind and the planet.

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With adequate physical activity and a healthy lifestyle, they help achieve the goal. Always rely on the supervision of a specialist.